O.K, So we've heard it all before. The fuse is lit and he's ready to blow up. What make's him so different?
Supermac, one of the newest arrivals to the rap scene was born and raised in Inglewood, Ca. Ahmad Banks a.k.a Supermac, breaks the mold of what a typical Westcoast rapper should sound like. When you think Westcoast, you generally think gansta, but " I didn't want to be known as only a gansta rapper. I knew I had to keep my sound versatile," says Supermac. Production was provided by Don P, producer of Black Mist Beats. Don P also produced the demo for B- Real's group Psycho Realm, which lead to their signing deal. The combination of this duo's talents unleashes a surge of high voltage creativity. The beats seem to have an Eastcoast sound, while Supermac represents the West with his visual rhymes and pronounce delivery. A fan of Hip-hop first, Supermac is tired of picking up fast forward albums. "When I go to buy a CD, I want to buy a good CD, and not a weak CD with a few good singles." It is this philosophy that drives Supermac to put it down, not only for the Westcoast, but for the entire realm of Hip-hop.
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